The winter solstice is a time of the year that represents rebirth and renewal.

In ancient traditions, life revolved around the cycles of nature and people were connected to nature and its rhythms.

Ancients understood that the rhythms of nature and the cosmos were reflected in themselves since they too were part of nature and the cosmos.

Nature was considered sacred.

In our current society, we have lost that connection with nature, and as a result, we sometimes feel lost and without a defined purpose, because we have become detached from the natural flow of life.

Part of the purpose of my work is to help those who want to reconnect with themselves and with nature and its cycles and enjoy a life that flows with its rhythms of change and transformation.

The winter solstice is a date celebrated and revered by all ancient cultures and traditions, even Christian festivities have their origins in these ancient cultures and traditions.

The winter solstice has a great energetic, astral and luminous force. These days offer us a great opportunity to reflect, looking inward and outward.

The winter solstice invites us to reconnect with our inner light by recognizing and honouring our shadow.

It is also time to sow intentions for the new cycle.

It is a special moment to appreciate, value and thank, look within and meditate introspectively, to identify what you want to change in your life. Changes that lead you to a fuller life.

Looking inward is done with love, respect and acceptance, without judging, always honouring the shadow, valuable teachings come from it.

Once we have made our way to the centre and honoured our shadow, we reach the inner light, that light that shines within each one of us, that light that gives strength, and life, the light that represents rebirth.

The winter solstice is a time for rebirth and renewal, to recognize our light and make it shine outside.